I’ll go from most expensive to free. 1. Satellite. You get a dish and it scan’s the sky for satellite internet, delivering it to you wherever you are. Even in the middle of nowhere. They have automatic roof-mount ones as well as big weildy pull them out and set them up ones. This is what… Continue reading 3 Ways to Have Internet on the Road
I’ve been in the city a long time now and I’ve gone all misty and insubstantial. It starts simple: people invite me to do things. I like people. Especially people I love and haven’t seen in so long, so I’m happy to do things with them. Ecstatic, almost. It’s so unusual for me to be… Continue reading City fog
His van is a lot bigger than mine, but this is making me want to pull everything out of the van and reconsider it all. His bed platform is similar to mine, but much better executed. His kitchen is great (although he could have used a hand pump for the sink and not had to… Continue reading Best ever van design
Back in February and March, a group of non-violent war protesters went to different Senator’s and Congressmen’s offices and read the names of those who’ve died in the Iraq war. When the offices closed Rob Mulford was moved to continue reading non-violently and they arrested him and charged him with three counts of criminal trespass… Continue reading They try to lock up Robert Mulford, but their system collapses on itself.
This is the story of the Lykovs, a crazy Russian family who’s strict religious beliefs led them to live like like anarcho-primitivists isolated in the Russian Taiga for over thirty years. It’sÂ very interesting for the social/religious aspects as well as the wealth of survivalist type information. The Lykov’s brought seeds with them when they dissapeared… Continue reading Book Review: Lost in the Taiga by Vasily Peskov
It’s early and there’s only one customer in the club, but we still have to go on stage. Five of us sit in plush chairs around a dark table, sipping our water, wine, and vodka-cranberries. Aria is on stage, hanging from the pole by one hand as she swings lazily around it. When her feet… Continue reading Random slow night at any-little-club, USA
I wanted to work but I just got out of the shower and I’m already three minutes past the cut off time to work. I’m just not good at conforming to rules. 🙁
(In other words, perhaps it’s genetic.) So tell me about coming to Alaska? Back in 1979 I was at one of those turning points in my life. I hated my job. I was breaking up from a long term relationship. And I was graduating with a Masters degree in special ed. I decided that if… Continue reading Coming to Alaska (an interview with my mom)
Susan, over at River City Kitty posted a Stripper Challenge: list every club and city you’ve worked in. Here it is, by state, everyplace I’ve been naked even if it was only for a night or an audition. If you read through all of these you know you’re either a stripper or really bored. Alaska… Continue reading Stripper Challenge!